Even when he was part of the crowd in GOODIE MOB and the Dungeon Family, CeeLo always stood out to me. Nobody was happier than me to see how the mainstream audiences flocked to him while he was pushing the Gnarls Barkley albums with Dangermouse.
Cee Lo Green is working that wounded angle for all it's worth here, and belting out vocals that would make a church lady take notice. The song has more cursing in it than I would EVER tolerate from an R&B song (if I ever listened to any), but is just too dope to be mad at. All that cursing will probably keep it from being considered for a Grammy nomination, but I promise to nominate you for Best Vocalist and Video when the GhettoManga Awards come around in December, big guy!